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A Compilation Of The Messages And Papers Of The Presidents Volume Ix

Auhtor: Benjamin Harrison

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A Compilation Of The Messages And Papers Of The Presidents Volume 9 Benjamin Harrison by Benjamin Harrison. This volume comprises the papers of Benjamin Harrison and of Grover Cleveland

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... the subsidy, and was conducted without any legal restraints as to the voting or certification. I have asked for a statement of the vote by precincts, ...
... the Swiss Republic, who, upon the joint invitation of the Governments of the United States, Great Britain, and Portugal, has selected persons well ...
... stops just short of effectiveness, for it surrenders to the local authorities all control over the certification which establishes the prima facie ...
... by said tribe of Indians as required by the act, and said act is hereby declared to be in full force and effect, subject to all provisions, ...
... announced in the fitting words of the President in his message to Congress: [For message see p. 135.] The following Executive order ...
... citizens, endeavored to protect our men. Thirty-six of our sailors were arrested, and some of them while being taken to prison were cruelly beaten ...
... the Civil Service Commission be made adequate to the increased work of the next fiscal year. I have twice before urgently called the attention ...
... graphically set before us by the Chilean testimony. The American sailors, who after so long an examination have not been found guilty of any breach ...
... and refusing this rebate even to grain going to Montreal if transshipped at an American port. The report of Mr. Partridge, the Solicitor of the ...
... township and range thence southerly to the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of section twenty-eight (28) of said township and range ...
... enumerated in said section 3 to be exempt from duty upon their importation into the United States of America and Whereas the envoy extraordinary ...
... of and subject to all the conditions, limitations, reservations, and restrictions contained in the thirty-fourth section of the act of Congress ...
... whole work of the Administration with the transactions of the last fiscal year. The attention not only of Congress but of the country is again invited ...
... States which have been or may from time to time be specially designated by the President of the United States, and destined for Her Britannic ...
... the range line between ranges seventy-eight (78) and seventy-nine (79) west to the southwest corner of township ten (10) south, range seventy-eight ...
... (8) south, range thirty-one (31) east thence westerly along the township line between townships seven (7) and eight (8) south to the southeast ...
... by Sherman, September 2, 1864, Colonel Harrison received his first furlough to visit home, being assigned to special duty in a canvass of the State ...
... fourteenth. BENJ. HARRISON. By the President: JAMES G. BLAINE, Secretary of State. A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the ...
... declaring that the lands therein described would be open to settlement under the provisions of the law on the 22d day of April following ...
... Being satisfied from an examination of the papers submitted that the cession and relinquishment by said Chippewa Indians of their title ...